I have nothing against Judaism or Christianity specifically, they are just religions in a world full of religions. I just hate the claims that they are superior.
In my opinion, every religion has adherents that believe that their specific religion is superior to other religions. So, if there are people that believe that Judaism or Christianity are superior to other religions, that is just the same situation for other religions.
And, I wonder if it is truly "the claims" that Judaism or Christianity are "superior" that one "hates," or the "feeling" of superiority that one might believe those adherents may have? Plus, what if it can be proven that Judaism or Christianity are not "superior" religions, but "average" religions. Is it then possible that some other religion(s) are "below average" (aka, inferior)? In effect, one does not have to be/feel superior. One can be average, and still be better than below average (aka, inferior).
Is it morally wrong (aka, hubris) to know if one's religion is "average" and another religion might be "below average" (aka, inferior)?